Push Through Plateaus For More Muscle Growth (11 Tips!)

Date: 2021-08-29 04:00:21

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Guys, I am coming to you today with a whopping 11 amazing ideas on how to push through plateau for muscle growth and burning more fat. It is fun when you see the results you are getting from your workouts and nutrition. Eventually though, sometimes you can stall out and hit a plateau. If you do the same thing over and over again, your body will figure it out and get used to it. You need to force your body to want to grow. Now to avoid plateaus, we need to change things up. So, here are 11 ideas to push through plateau for muscle growth.

Tip #1: CHANGING THE NUMBER OF REPS YOU ARE DOING. The typical number of reps people do for exercises is 8-12 reps, which is a great number of reps for building muscle. Increase the number of reps for a period of time to mix things up, and pick a weight that is difficult enough for those 20 reps.

Tip #2: TRY LIFTING HEAVIER THAN USUAL. For those of you lifting light weight for more reps, switch it up and lift heavier then do 4-6 reps instead. This can be a little easier than doing high reps to failure.

Tip #3: TRY WORKING OUT EACH MUSCLE GROUP TWICE A WEEK. Use a workout plan that adds more volume to work each muscle group twice a week. If you do this, your workouts don’t need to include as many sets and reps for each exercise.

Tip #4: TAKE A BREAK. If you are going non-stop without a break or an off day, you need to take a break. Take off a week or maybe even 2 weeks to really rest and give your body a chance to recover. You can still do cardio, but I want you to take a break from resistance training.

Tip #5: ADD CARDIO. If you don’t do cardio, and all you do is lift weights, you need to change that. This is especially important if you are trying to lose body fat as well. I recommend you do sprints, instead of doing long steady state cardio.

Tip #6: CHANGE UP YOUR CARDIO. If you are doing lots of steady state cardio then I want you to switch it up and do sprints, whether that be on a bike or outside. Doing HIIT cardio is great for burning fat during and after your workouts.

Tip #7: RAMP UP THE INTENSITY OF YOUR WORKOUTS. If you are not using a heavy enough weight where you are going to failure at the end of each set then you need to ramp up the intensity. Keep track of how much weight you are using and how many reps you’re doing, so that you can keep track of your intensity and progression.

Tip #8: FIND A WORKOUT PARTNER. I know it can be hard to find someone, especially if you aren’t going to the gym. It doesn’t have to be a guy to workout with you and help motivate you to get your results.

Tip #9: GET A GYM MEMBERSHIP. If you are able to and the gyms are open in your area, I recommend getting a gym membership. There is nothing wrong with working out at home, but when at the gym, you are able to add even more intensity with all the equipment available to you.

Tip #10: EAT MORE FOOD. If you are working to just build muscle, you need to make sure that you are eating in a caloric surplus. You also want to make sure that you are eating enough protein to help rebuild your muscle from your workouts.

Tip #11: COMPETE WITH YOURSELF. You should want to push yourself to where you are aiming and striving for improvement. Write down your goals and push yourself to reach your goals.

Alright guys, that wraps up this video tutorial on how to push through plateau for muscle growth. Make sure to subscribe to our channel for more videos on how to build muscle and get back in shape.

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